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Perceptions of Haiti are drastically transformed after visiting the country in person. The Haitian people capture travelers’ hearts with their joyful spirits and unshakable faith, despite the extreme poverty that dictates their daily realities. Visitors quickly get a glimpse of the beauty that prevails in spite of destitution and gain an understanding of the oasis in the desert created by the Mortel High Hopes for Haiti Foundation schools.


The Mortel High Hopes for Haiti Foundation partners with the Archdiocese of Baltimore as well as Archbishop Spalding High School in Severn, MD, Bishop Alemany High School in Los Angeles, CA and others to bring youth to Haiti. Since 2003, U.S. youth have been able to experience Haiti first-hand by running interactive summer camps for the current students at Mortel High Hopes for Haiti Foundation’s schools.

For more information on our current trip opportunities, please visit the Archdiocese of Baltimore Missions Office webpage.

To read stories and reflections from past travelers, please visit our blog.

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